*Review* Teeny Beanies

After talking to the lovely Kerry at Teeny Beanies I was eagerly anticipating our delivery, I was expecting one of her fantastic looking cushions for the children. I certainly wasn’t expecting the two parcels that arrived :


What arrived were two personalised medium bean bags!

Both Kayleigh and Ethan were ecstatic with each of their seats

Winner of (more…)

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End of an Era

That’s it, we’ve come to an end of an era in our house hold. No longer do I have any babies.

Kayleigh in her 4d Scan and not long after being born.











Ethan’s 4d scan and not long after being born.

Ok granted Ethan stopped being a baby since he turned 1 but now the (more…)

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*Reiew* Squashblox

We were very fortunate to receive some fantastic Squashblox to review from Maps Toys.

Squashblox are a pack of 8 soft panels with velcro down all the sides which enable you to create pretty much anything you like.

After seeing the ideas on the pack Kayleigh insisted on building a boat!










But like I said (more…)

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New Childline Campaign

When I was contacted by the PR company for Childline to ask if I would be interested in helping promote their new campaign, I admit, I was honored.

Everyone knows of Childline and the amazing work they do. To be given a chance to promote them, even if it’s just a little (more…)

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Cooking With Mummy – 16/09/11

Ok its a day late but here is the latest challenge:

Shortbread Biscuits :


  • 500g butter, softened
  • 200g caster sugar
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 500g plain flour


  • Preheat oven to 180 C / Gas mark 4.
  • Cream butter and sugar until fluffy. Stir in vanilla; add flour and mix well.
  • Put through biscuit press and form biscuits onto baking (more…)
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Pre-School Jitters

So it’s that time of the year when everyone’s babies become little people and start on their journey to becoming independent people.

Kayleigh started pre-school back in May when she turned 2 1/2. We pay for her to attend 7 hours a week, spread over 3 afternoons.

I wont lie, it was a bit (more…)

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